Embassy in India

VISAS

Updated date: 06/07/2022

Information concerning visas

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION THOROUGHLY and make sure that you fulfill ALL the requirements established by law, to avoid any delay in the process.

Passengers in TRANSIT to other destinations, who stay in the premises of the Argentine International Airport for less than 12 hours, are not required to have a visa stamped on their passport.

GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS

- The Visa Section is open from Monday to Friday 9.30 hrs.- 11.30 hrs. for submission and collection. The Embassy is closed on Argentine and Indian holidays.

- Applications should be presented at least 4 (four) weeks before the expected date of travel.

- Visa applications are generally processed in order they entered. However, the time frame varies depending on the type of visa requested and the time taken to fulfill all the requirements.

- The intervention of agents is NOT compulsory to perform paperwork and proceedings in this Embassy. 

- Visa application forms must be filled by the applicants. It should be printed on 3 (three) separate pages and NOT back to back. 

Kindly note: visa applications with incomplete documentation will not be accepted.

- A separate visa application form is required for each traveler, regardless of age.
One recent passport size photograph must be pasted on page 3 of the Visa application form as per the given specifications.

- Intentionally submitting false information either on the visa application form itself or during the visa interview can lead to permanent ineligibility to enter Argentina. Never sign the application you are submitting without reviewing it first for accuracy.

-  The interview conducted by the Consul is mandatory by law and admits no exceptions.

- Kindly note: You are strongly advised to book only reservations until you receive your passport with the stamped visa, and the payment of the visa fee is mandatory in order to initiate the visa process that includes verification of documents, visa interview and visa stamping. If the visa is denied, refund is not applicable for any of the visa categories.

For MINORS: They require an authorization from who exercises parental rights. In case both parents exercise the mentioned rights, the two (both) parents should accompany them at the time of the personal interview. (The visa form of a minor must be signed by all who exercise parental rights).

- Fee Deposits are made in Indian Rupees at the Forex conversion rate of the day (as per Consular Units decided by the Consulate)

If your place of residence is in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka or India -except Maharashtra and Karnataka- you must apply for a visa at the Embassy of the Argentine Republic in New Delhi. Address: F-3/3 Vasant Vihar, New Delhi 110057. Telephone: (00 91) 11 - 4078 1900.

If your place of residence is in Maharashtra and Karnataka, you must apply at the Consulate General and Promotion Center of the Argentine Republic in Mumbai. Address: Chander Mukhi Building, 10th Floor, Nariman Point 400 021 Mumbai. Telephone: (0091) 22 2287 1381/1382/1383.

E-mail: consular_cgmum@mrecic.gov.ar  Website: www.cgmum.mrecic.gov.ar

Transitory visas can be applied in any Argentine Embassy/Consulate across the globe.

- Please write to the Visa Section at secon_eindi@mrecic.gov.ar for additional information on visas not covered in the following sections.

 

Tourist Visa

- Maximum period of stay: 90 days

- Fees: (for Indian Nationals- free of cost) others 150USD

1. Passport: must be valid for a minimum of six (6) months from the intended date of entry and have at least two (2) Completely free pages left, for the Consular visa stamp and Argentina’s Migration entry & exit stamps. Photo copy of passport (1st and last page, valid or recently expired Visas). must be presented at the time of submission.

2. Visa application form: Must be a 3-page Visa form (cannot be back-to-back). All questions must be answered and the form must be signed by the applicant. Incomplete or incorrect forms shall not be accepted.

3. Photo: Two (2) recent passport style, color photograph (4 x 4 cm). White background. Front Face.

4. Cover letter by the applicant, addressed to the Visa Section of the Embassy of Argentina in Delhi, must be duly notarized and should include the following: purpose of visit, duration of stay in Argentina, passport details of the applicant, passport details of those accompanying the applicant, who will bear all the expenses for the trip. The mentioned note should be non-officially translated into Spanish.

[Please note that entrepreneurs must provide the cover letter on the letterhead of their company]

5. A letter from your employer confirming that you are currently employed at the company and for how long (in case you are on leave, it should also be stated in the letter). This letter must be written on company letter-head, signed by the person in charge, notarized and duly translated to Spanish by a professional translator (the translation does not need to be notarized). It should also be accompanied by the last 3 months' salary/pay-slip and last 3 year's Income Tax Return -ITR-.
If you are the owner of the business, please add a copy of your business’ official registration and last 3 year's Income Tax Return -ITR-.
If you are self-employed or a student, you need to present all documents/certificates related to your current occupation. All such documents must be notarized and duly translated into Spanish by a professional translator (the translation does not need to be notarized).

6. Travel itinerary (corresponding to the tickets provided)

7. Round trip flight tickets (Only reservations)

[Please note that internal flight or bus tickets and/or cruise booking must also be included, if applicable]

8. Hotel reservations corresponding to flight tickets and itinerary (Must be reservations)

In case a hotel reservation is not made and if there is an invitation from a person in Argentina, an ORIGINAL invitation letter is required. The letter must be certified by an Argentine Public Notary and also by the "Colegio de Escribanos" (the Public Notaries’ Association). Along with the original letter of invitation submit a copy of the Argentine ID Card from the person inviting (DNI). The invitation letter can follow the general guidelines of the model letter available in the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship of Argentina.

Link: https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/es/servicios/visas/visa-para-turismo
 

Invitation letter in Spanish can also be issued digitally through a system called 'Trámites a Distancia - TAD'. In that case. Please forward the following link to the concerned person in Argentina to understand the process of TAD.

https://tramitesadistancia.gob.ar/static/TAD%20-%20C%C3%B3mo%20iniciar%2...

9. Applicant’s salary slips (3 months, latest) [If not applicable for self, please add trip sponsor’s]

10. Applicant’s personal, consolidated bank statements attested by the bank (Last 6 months)

[For dependents, please add a copy of the trip sponsor’s bank statements]

11. Copy of valid/latest visas (if any)

12. Travel Insurance covering the entire duration of the stay and the expenses for COVID-19 (mandatory)

Personal Interview: All visa applicants without exception need to have a personal interview with a consular officer. Appointment for the personal interviews is shall be confirmed on completion of the verification process.

Please note that it is advisable to apply 4 weeks in advance to avoid any inconvenience.

In accordance with the relevant Law of the Argentine Republic and the international practice, the Consul is entitled to refuse the visa and request for more documents apart from the above mentioned list.

 Important: under bilateral agreement, tourist visas for Indian nationals are free. For other countries, they must pay the corresponding fees.

 

Seafarer Visa

- Maximum period of stay: 10 days

- Fees: (*free of cost for India); others countries: 150USD

Important: The Argentine company must contact the Dirección Nacional de Migraciones (Argentine Migratory Authority) in Argentina, in order to request a Migratory Entry Permit ("Permiso de Ingreso Migratorio" - PIM).

After the Argentine company submits them all the necessary documentation required by Dirección Nacional de Migraciones, and pays there the corresponding fees, they will issue a "Acta de Notificación", which notifies the proceedings are done. Applicants are requested to include a copy of this "Acta de Notificación" with the rest of the documents. Once proceedings in the Dirección Nacional de Migraciones are concluded and the Migratory Entry Permit has been issued, the applicant needs to apply for the visa at the Embassy with the following documents.

1. A complete Visa Application Form duly signed by the applicant. ALL questions must be answered. In case this requirement is not fulfilled the application would not be accepted.

2. Passport: must be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the intended date of entry and have at least one completely free page left for the visa.

3. Two recent 4x4cm color photograph, facing front and with a white background.
 

4. Original and Copy of CDC.

5. Flight Ticket
 

6. Evidence of funds: personal bank statement of the last six months. attested by the bank.

7. A letter explaining the purpose of your trip on company letter head. The letter must be notarized and duly translated into Spanish by a professional translator (the translation does not need to be notarized.

8. Original Work Contract from the shipping company, if not then notarized copy of contract letter.

9. COVID-19 Insurance covering the entire duration in Argentina.

10. Copy of valid/latest visas (if any)

11. Consular interview at the Embassy.

Additional documentation might be required by the Consular authority.
All documents must be submitted in ORIGINAL (no photocopies or emails will be accepted).

Important: under bilateral agreement, Seaman´s visas for Indian nationals are free. For other countries, they must pay the corresponding fees.

 

For Technician, Artist, Religious, Professional Visa

- Maximum period of stay: 1 Month

- Fees: 200 USD (rate as per Consular Units)

 1. Passport: must be valid for a minimum of six (6) months from the intended date of entry and have at least two (2) completely free pages left, for the Consular visa stamp and the Argentina’s Migration entry and leaving stamps.

2. Visa application form All questions must be answered and the form must be signed by the applicant.  Incomplete or incorrect forms will not be accepted.

3. Photo: Two (2) recent passport style, color photograph (4 x 4 cm). White background. Front Face.

4. Letter from the Company/Organization duly notarized (please provide also a non-official translation into Spanish) addressed to the Consul requesting the transitory Business Visa.  

5. A confirmation letter from a Chamber of Commerce or Industry/Trade local Institution, attesting the membership of the Company or, a certified copy of the official “Certificate of Incorporation” of the Company with the Ministry of Industry and Commerce in the country of origin duly notarized (please provide also a non-official translation into Spanish).

6 Letter from the company for which the applicant is working, explaining the purpose of the trip, confirming that the applicant is currently employed by the company -including for how long- and it must be accompanied by the last 3 months' salary/pay-slip and last 3 year's Income Tax Return -ITR-.
The letter must be written on company letter-head, signed by the person in charge, notarized and translated into Spanish (the translation does not need to be notarized).
If you are the owner of the business, please add a copy of your business’ official registration and last 3 year's Income Tax Return -ITR-. .    

7.  Invitation letter from the inviting company in Argentina. The company must be registered in the RENURE (Registro Nacional Único de Requirentes Extranjeros). The invitation letter must follow the guildelines stipulated in the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship of Argentina. Link: https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/es/servicios/carta-de-invitacion/invitaci... ; Have in mind that the invitation can be processed through the TAD system (Trámites a Distancia) or in paper format. We strongly encourage to read the guidelines in the website previously mentioned.

8. Hotel reservation in Argentina.

10. Ticket Reservation: Copy of the airline flight roundtrip ticket reservation. One way tickets will not be accepted.

11. Evidence of funds: copy of applicant’s bank statements for the last six months, attested by the bank, and copy of an international credit card (if available).

12. If you holds a valid Visa (Valid or recently expired Visa) then, kindly attach a copy of each of them.

13. The applicant's personal tax returns for the last 3 years, and 3 months’ pay slip.

14. Personal Interview: All visa applicants without any exception will have a personal interview with a consular officer. Appointment for this personal interviews is recommended.

15. COVID-19 Insurance covering the entire duration in Argentina.

16. Copy of valid/latest visas (if any)

To avoid inconveniences, applicants are advised to submit their application at least thirty (30) days prior to the proposed date of departure. Application for a Visa requested within 10 days of date of departure will not be accepted.

In accordance with the relevant Law of the Argentine Republic and the international practice, the Consul is entitled to refuse the visa and request for more documents apart from the above mentioned list.

 

 

Business visas

- Maximum period of stay: 2 Months

- Fees: 200 USD (rate as per Consular Units)

1. A complete Visa Application Form duly signed by the applicant. ALL questions must be answered. In case this requirement is not fulfilled the application would not be accepted.

2. Passport: must be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the intended date of entry and have at least one free page left for the visa.

3. Two recent 4x4cm color photograph, facing front, white background.

4. Invitation letter from the inviting company in Argentina.

https://cancilleria.gob.ar/es/servicios/carta-de-invitacion/invitacion-extranjeros-para-negocios-congresos-ferias-u-otras

5. Letter from the company for which the applicant is working, explaining the purpose of the trip, confirming that the applicant is currently employed by the company -including for how long- and it must be accompanied by the last 3 months' salary/pay-slip and last 3 year's Income Tax Return -ITR-.

The letter must be written on company letter-head, signed by the person in charge, notarized and translated into Spanish (the translation does not need to be notarized).

If you are the owner of the business, please add a copy of your business’ official registration and last 3 year's Income Tax Return -ITR-.

6. Letter from the respective chamber of commerce of the State where the company is registered or from the Federation, Council or Association in which the company is registered. The letter must be accompanied by the company’s registration certificate. The letter must be presented in original, on letter-head, signed by the person in charge, notarized and translated into Spanish (the translation does not need to be notarized).

7. Round trip flight reservation (it is recommended not to purchase the tickets until the visa has been granted).

8. Hotel reservation.

9. Evidence of funds: personal bank statement of the last six months.

10. COVID-19 Insurance.

11. Copy of valid/latest visas (if any)

12. Consular interview at the Embassy.

Additional documentation might be required by the Consular authority.

All documents must be submitted in ORIGINAL (no photocopies or emails will be accepted).

Fulfilling the abovementioned requirements does not guarantee the visa issuance, being this an exclusive prerogative of the Argentine State.

We strongly suggest that the invitation letter includes all the details as mentioned in the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship. The absence of relevant details -such as date and place of entry and departure, purpose of invitation, contact details of the inviting company and personal details of the invitee, among others- might result in the require of a new invitation letter.

For fees please visit the link at the end of this page. Under bilateral agreement, we kindly remind that long term business visas for Indian nationals are free.

 

Visas for PROFESSORS/SCHOLARS OF AUTHORITY. Article. 24. F)

- Maximum period of stay: 3 Months

- Fees: 150 USD (rate as per Consular Units)

1. Passport: must be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the intended date of entry and have at

least two completely free page left for the visa.

2. A completed visa application form: Answer ALL questions.

3. One recent passport style photograph

4. Flight ticket (round trip)

5. Hotel reservation

6. Evidence of funds: personal bank statement of the last six months. Please provide original

documents. If considered necessary, credit card statements.

7. Copy of valid/latest visas (if any)

8. The applicant must present a contract or an original invitation letter from the academic institution in Argentina. Please visit the following website in this regard:

https://cancilleria.gob.ar/es/servicios/carta-de-invitacion/invitacion-extranjeros-para-negocios-congresos-ferias-u-otras

10. The applicant must also present documents to prove his/her experience or expertise in the

specific field of study or occupation. All documents must be notarized and translated into Spanish.

Kindly note that the translation does not need to be notarized.

All documents must be presented in ORIGINAL (no photocopies or emails will be accepted)

 

 

For Temporary Work Visa

- Maximum period of stay: 1 (one) year

- Fees: 250 USD (rate as per Consular Units)

I - TEMPORARY WORK visas- Art 23. A
(When there is a new employment contract, between an Indian national and a company in Argentina).

Proceedings to apply for a TEMPORARY WORK VISA are initiated before the Argentine immigration authority (Dirección Nacional de Migraciones. Dirección de Admisión de Extranjeros, Av. Antártida Argentina 1355, Edificio 4, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires 1104, Argentina, tel.: (54-11) 4312-8661/9).

The applicant needs to obtain an Entry Permit (Permiso de Ingreso) from the DNM.

Please note that requests can be submitted by a representative of the company in Argentina to the issuing authority.

After the hiring company submits all the necessary documentation required by DNM, and pays there the corresponding fee, the DNM will issue an "Acta de Notification" (which certifies the proceedings done).

Once proceedings before the DNM are concluded and the Entry Permit has been issued, what the applicant needs to bring to the Embassy to obtain the temporary work visa is:

1. A copy of the "Acta de notificación" issued by DNM

2. The employment contract CERTIFIED by a public notary AND attested by the Argentine Notaries Association (Colegio de Escribanos), signed by the hiring company.
The applicant will sign such contract before the Chief of the Consular Section.
Note that the hiring company must be registered at the RENURE (Registro Nacional Único de Requirentes Extranjeros)

3. All other documents required to obtain the DNM Entry Permit (ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS).
Also the applicant will have to present:

4.  Visa application form: All questions must be answered and the form must be signed by the applicant.  Incomplete or incorrect forms will not be accepted.

5. Passport: must be valid for one year from the intended date of entry and have at least one completely free page left for the visa.

6. Recent passport style photographs (2 nos.): 4cm x 4cm, white background, front profile, (2 nos.): 4cm x 4cm, sky blue background, right profile.

7. Original birth certificate issued by a governmental authority, apostilled by the Ministry of External Affairs, and its translation into Spanish (by an authorized entity). The translation should be correspondingly certified. Affidavits are NOT accepted.

8. Original marriage certificate issued by a governmental authority, apostilled by the Ministry of External Affairs, and its translation into Spanish (by an authorized entity). The translation should be correspondingly certified. Affidavits are NOT accepted.

9. Original police clearance certificate issued by the authorities of the countries where the applicant has resided for a period exceeding one (1) year, during the course of the last three (3) years, apostilled by the Ministry of External Affairs if applicable. In India, the competent authority is the Regional Passport Office, and its translation into Spanish (by an authorized entity).

10. Sworn statement of police clearance in other countries. 

- If the employee is moving to Argentina with his/her spouse and/or children, each dependent must produce the following materials, completed, signed, authenticated and translated as necessary: 1) Passport; 2) Application form; 3) four photographs; 4) Entry Permit; 5) Birth certificate; 6) Police records (dependents who are 18 years of age or older only); 7) Affidavit (dependents who are 18 years of age or older only) to be completed at the Consulate; 8) Parental consent form to travel and to live temporarily in Argentina (dependents who are under 18 years of age only) must be completed and signed by both parents and notarized. The signature of the notary public must be authenticated by the “Apostille”.

 

II - TEMPORARY WORK visas- Arts 23. E “Personal de Traslado”
(This is the case when applicants are going to Argentina to work for an affiliate, subsidiary or branch office of the company in which they currently work)

Proceedings to apply for a TEMPORARY WORK VISA are initiated before the Argentine immigration authority (Dirección Nacional de Migraciones. Dirección de Admisión de Extranjeros, Av. Antártida Argentina 1355, Edificio 4, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires 1104, Argentina, tel.: (54-11) 4312-8661/9)

The applicant needs to obtain an Entry Permit (Permiso de Ingreso) from the DNM. Please note that requests can be submitted by a representative of the company in Argentina to the issuing authority.

After the company submits all the necessary documentation required by DNM, and pays there the corresponding fee, the DNM will issue an "Acta de Notification" (which certifies the proceedings done)

Once proceedings before the DNM are concluded and the Entry Permit has been issued, what the applicant needs to bring to the Consulate to obtain the temporary work visa is:

1. A copy of the "Acta de notificación" issued by DNM

2. A letter from the employer confirming that the applicant is currently employed at the company and is going to work in Argentina for a parent, affiliate, subsidiary or branch office of your local employer. The letter must be written on company letter-head paper, duly signed by the person in charge.

The letter must state the position, amount of years the applicant has been working for the company, salary and exact period during which the applicant will be sent to Argentina.
It must also be translated into Spanish by a recognized translator or translation agency, and be accompanied by a “certification of accuracy” (a signed statement by the translator that the attached translation into Spanish is true and correct).

3. The applicant's employment contract (original, with a certified copy).

4. A letter from the company's branch in Argentina stating the position the applicant will hold, the exact period during which the applicant will stay in the country and the place where he/she will perform such functions. Note that the company in Argentina must be registered at the RENURE (Registro Nacional Único de Requirentes Extranjeros) and so must the person signing the letter.
The letter must be certified by an Argentine Public Notary and also by the "Colegio de Escribanos" (the Public Notaries’ association).

5. ALL other documents required to obtain the DNM Entry Permit (ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS).
Also, the applicant will have to present

6.  Visa application form: Please fill two copies of the form. All questions must be answered and the form must be signed by the applicant. Incomplete or incorrect forms will not be accepted.

7. Passport: must be valid for one year from the intended date of entry and have at least one completely free page left for the visa.

8. Recent passport style photographs (2 nos.): 4cm x 4cm, white background, front profile (2 nos.): 4cm x 4cm, sky blue background, right profile.

9. Original birth certificate issued by a governmental authority, apostilled by the Ministry of External Affairs, and its translation into Spanish (by an authorized entity). The translation should be correspondingly certified. Affidavits are NOT accepted.

10. Original marriage certificate issued by a governmental authority, apostilled by the Ministry of External Affairs, and its translation into Spanish (by an authorized entity). The translation should be correspondingly certified. Affidavits are NOT accepted.

11. Original police clearance certificate issued by the authorities of the countries where the applicant has resided for a period exceeding one (1) year, during the course of the last three (3) years, apostilled by the Ministry of External Affairs. In India, the competent authority is the Regional Passport Office, and its translation into Spanish (by an authorized entity).

12.  Sworn statement of police clearance in other countries.

13. If you poses a valid Visa (Valid or recently expired Visa) then, kindly attach a copy of each of them.
 

- If the employee is moving to Argentina with his/her spouse and/or children, each dependent must produce the following materials, completed, signed, authenticated and translated as necessary: 1) Passport; 2) Application form; 3) 4 photographs; 4) Entry Permit; 5) Birth certificate; 6) Police records (dependents who are 18 years of age or older only); 7) Affidavit (dependents who are 18 years of age or older only) to be completed at the Consulate; 8) Parental consent form to travel and to live temporarily in Argentina (dependents who are under 18 years of age only) must be completed and signed by both parents and notarized. The signature of the notary public must be authenticated by the “Apostille”.

 Personal Interview: All visa applicants without an exception are requested to have a personal interview with the Consular Officer. Appointment for this personal interview is recommended. 

 To avoid inconveniences, applicants are advised to submit their application at least thirty (30) days prior to the proposed date of departure. Application for a Visa requested within 10 days of date of departure will not be accepted.

In accordance with the relevant Law of the Argentine Republic and the international practice, the Consul is entitled to refuse the visa.

 

 

3) Permanent visas

 

Regarding Family Reunification visas

- Fees: 250 USD (rate as per Consular Units)

The relative who resides in Argentina should contact the Dirección Nacional de Migraciones (Argentine Migratory Authority) in Argentina, in order to request a Migratory Entry Permit ("Permiso de Ingreso Migratorio" - PIM).

After the relative who resides in Argentina submits them all the necessary documentation required by Dirección Nacional de Migraciones, and pays there the corresponding fees, they will issue a "Acta de Notificacion", which notifies the proceedings done. Applicants are requested to include a copy of this "Acta de Notificación" with the rest of the application documents. Once proceedings in the Dirección Nacional de Migraciones are concluded and the Migratory Entry Permit has been issued, the applicant needs to apply for the visa at the Embassy.

1. A complete Visa Application Form duly signed by the applicant. ALL questions must be answered. In case this requirement is not fulfilled the application would not be accepted.

2. Passport: must be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the intended date of entry and have at least two free pages.

3. Two recent 4x4cm color photograph, facing front and with a white background. Two additional 4x4cm color photograph, right profile and with a sky-blue background.

4. Proof of residence in the consular jurisdiction. Please, note that this visa can only be applied at the place of residence of the applicant.

5. A certified copy of the Documento Nacional de Identidad - DNI (Argentine ID Card) of the Argentine relative or permanent resident.

6. An address/residence certificate of the Argentine relative or permanent resident; issued by the Policia Federal Argentina (Argentine Federal Police).

7. Depending on the case: Original birth certificate issued by the corresponding authority. In the case of India, the certificate must be apostilled by the Ministry of External Affairs. In the case of Bhutan, Bangladesh, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka, the certificate must be duly legalized by the corresponding Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Furthermore, the certificate must be translated into Spanish (by an authorized entity). The translation should be duly certified. Affidavits are NOT accepted.
Original marriage certificate issued by the corresponding authority. In the case of India, the certificate must be apostilled by the Ministry of External Affairs. In the case of Bhutan, Bangladesh, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka, the certificate must be duly legalized by the corresponding Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Furthermore, the certificate must be translated into Spanish (by an authorized entity). The translation should be duly certified. Affidavits are NOT accepted.
8. For applicants older than 16 years old: original police clearance certificate issued by the competent authorities of the countries where the applicant has resided for more than 1 year, during the course of the last 3 years. The police clearance certificate must be translated to Spanish. In the case of India, the certificate must be apostilled by the Ministry of External Affairs. In the case of Bhutan, Bangladesh, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka, the certificate must be duly legalized by the corresponding Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In India, the competent authority to issue such certificate is the Regional Passport Office.

9. For applicants older than 16 years old a sworn declaration signed in front of the Consular authority where the applicant declares that he does not have criminal records in other countries is required.

10. For applicants under 18 years old an original authorization letter from both parents to request the visa is mandatory.

11. COVID-19 Insurance.

12. Consular interview at the Embassy.

Additional documentation might be required by the Consular authority.
All documents must be submitted in ORIGINAL (no photocopies or emails will be accepted).

Fulfilling the abovementioned requirements does not guarantee the visa issuance, being this an exclusive prerogative of the Argentine State.

For general and contact information of the Dirección Nacional de Migraciones, please visit: https://www.argentina.gob.ar/interior/migraciones ; https://www.migraciones.gov.ar/contacto/

 

 

 

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